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By Michael Charles Howard, John Edward King

This moment quantity completes a severe background of the social, political, and theoretical forces at the back of Marxian economics--the in basic terms paintings in English to supply such entire remedy. starting with Marxian analyses of the nice melancholy and Stalinism, it explores the theories built to provide an explanation for the "long boom" in Western capitalism after the second one international struggle. Later chapters care for post-Leninist theories of imperialism and carrying on with controversies in worth thought and the speculation of exploitation. After outlining fresh paintings at the "second slump," the mixing of rational-choice concept into Marxism, and the political economic system of socialism, the booklet concludes with a overview and evaluate of Marxian conception over the entire interval on the grounds that Marx's loss of life. compliment for the 1st quantity: "Howard and King have performed an exceptional job... One comes away with the influence of Marxian economics being a colourful topic, correct to the issues of those instances and worthwhile in sensible matters."--Meghnad Desai, the days greater schooling Supplement

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Moszkowska, Zur Kritik, pp. 8, 102 and Preobrazhensky, Decline of Capitalism, pp. 66-8, 75-6. Ibid, pp. 24-5; cf. Naphtali, Wirtschaftskrisis, pp. 25-7. Moskowska, Zur Kritik, pp. 99-100; cf. Corey, Decline, pp. 118-29. Bauer, Zwischen, pp. 51-2. Ibid, pp. 351-3. Cited by Dobb, Political Economy, pp. 89-94 and Strachey, Nature of Capitalist Crisis, p. 320. M. 1933), pp. 360-5. Dobb, Political Economy, pp. 115-21. Wolfram, Political Economy, pp. 380-2. Sweezy, Theory, pp. 186-9. Corey, Decline, p.

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